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strikes pushed leaders in afghanistan to the brink of collapse they're concerned about somalia. >> that would be the next, most significant terrorist threat. it may emanate from the al- qaeda presence. >> reporter: several recently traveled to fight in the civil war. sources tell abc news that 40 smell january -- people from somalia fought. >> not all al-qaeda has come close to drawing muslim americans to jihad. >> reporter: the recruits came from california, minnesota, illinois, new jersey, virginia, alabama and texas. >> they continue to call for strikes against the united states. as a result, we won't let our guard down. >> reporter: the group is forging an alliance with the al- qaeda affiliate in yemen. a leader was captured with evidence showing cooperation between the two groups. >> well, you know it's serious, the group is the focus of a hearing in d.c. today. >>> all right, thank you, jamie. >>> a philadelphia tv reporter becomes part of a story. find out why the reporter was attacked. >>> and this is supposed to be a spill proof gadget, does it really work? we'll put t
story out of afghanistan this morning and it is still developing. a suicide bomber assassinated the mayor of kandahar. this comes just days after president hamid karzai's brother as killed in the same city raising doubts about the stability of this critical area for the u.s. >>> another developing story this morning. drenching rain and flooding are trig iring deadly landslides in south korea. at least 19 people were killed and several others are still missing. they were swallowed up by mud and debris in seoul and another town. many of the victims were college students who had been doing volunteer work. more than 15 inches of rain has fallen since last night with more on the way. >>> a mexican judge has thrown the book at an american teenager giving him the maximum sentence for a series of especially gruesome murders. the san diego born 14-year-old admits killing four people whose beheaded bodies were found hanging by a bridge. the maximum sentence in mexico for a miner is only three years in prison. >>> congressman david wu says he is going to resign caving to growing pressure o
savings from the troop drawdown from iraq and afghanistan. >> it as $2.7 trillion increase in the debt ceiling with highly suspect spending reduction features. >> reporter: with a week to go until the august 2nd deadline when the government runs out of money, this exercise in capital brinksmanship is literally spending the treasury down to its last dollars. >> we've been hearing for weeks about this augusted 2 deadline but apparently the feds may have this extra cash. the government could pay its bills past august 2nd but still it doesn't really make this any less intense. >> thanks to a little number crunching by the treasury department, there does seem to be a little leeway. it still needs to get done. >> some deal hopefully in the works, we'll see. >>> one side effect of the big debt battle believe it or not is an increase in airline fares. they were put in place last weekend to make up for taxes that expired because washington just can't get its act together with anger over the increases now growing, some senators are demanding that airlines either roll them back or use the money t
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